Maxi’s 44 points hit a career-high half court with amazing efficiency

  On October 29, Beijing time, “Madman” Maxi scored 44 points, setting a new career high and saving the 76ers.

  The 76ers have played the Raptors on the road in a row, losing the last game by 10 points. Today, we faced our old rivals away from home again. Without general Joel Embiid, the 76ers are in a bad situation.

  Surprisingly, the 21-year-old teenager Maxi broke out. He made 10 of 10 shots in the first half, including 7 of 7 3-pointers, and has scored 27 points.

  His half-court true shooting percentage was 135 percent, the highest since 2015. That beats Curry’s 2021 record of 134 percent.

  The 76ers scored 37 points in this quarter, gaining an advantage in one fell swoop and controlling the situation since then.

  Maxi continued to score in the second half, eventually scoring 44 points, a career high. His previous high of 39 points in a single game was set in his rookie season.

  In the whole game, he made 15 of 20 shots and 9 of 12 three-pointers. In addition to scoring, he also had 8 rebounds and 4 assists.

  On defense, he also has a good performance. On the night Embiid rested, the Sixers saw another superstar born. (Angkor)

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